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Who''s going where and with whom in the world of Richmond business? (Richmond.com)
What is your favorite summer concert series? Send comments to editor@richmond.com. Who''s going where and with whom in the world of Richmond business? JHI , a Richmond-based creative services company, announced the hiring of Ben Couvillion as graphic designer.

Paying a heavy price (San Bernardino County Sun)
Able Richardson should weigh no more than 140 pounds. But at 5-foot-9 and more than 500 pounds, the 15-year-old Rialto boy is more than simply overweight.

Who''s going where and with whom in the world of Richmond business? (Richmond.com)
Which sporting event would you attend? Send your comments to editor@richmond.com. Who''s going where and with whom in the world of Richmond business? JHI , a Richmond-based creative services company, announced the hiring of Ben Couvillion as graphic designer.

TVUSD unveils insurance options (North County Times)
TEMECULA ---- Working to resolve health insurance problems plaguing the Temecula Valley Unified School District, officials have unveiled three medical plans for employees to review and vote on early next month.

Who''s going where and with whom in the world of Richmond business? (Richmond.com)
What is your favorite springtime activity? Who''s going where and with whom in the world of Richmond business? JHI , a Richmond-based creative services company, announced the hiring of Ben Couvillion as graphic designer.

Westchester hospitals advertise to build market share (Westchester County Business Journal)
Hospitals aren''t usually thought of as businesses struggling with the usual business concerns of profit and loss, attracting and keeping customers and carving out market share. After all, sick and injured people go to the local hospital for treatment, so what''s to advertise?

Health care: Citizens Call Congress Home "Listen to Our Solutions to the Health Care Crisis" (PR Web)
60 or more Citizen organized Congressional Hearings are being organized by a vast array of citizen groups nationwide to challenge congress to take action on the health care crisis. [PRWEB Apr 21, 2005]

Arnold''s Special Election For The Special Interests: A Taxing Idea (California teachers Association)
Los Angeles – On the day many Californians race to file their taxes to meet the April 15th deadline, the Alliance for a Better California released information on what $70 million in taxpayer money could pay for, if it isn''t used for Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger''s proposed Special Election for his special interest friends.

The St. Joe Company Reports First Quarter 2005 Net Income of $0.20 Per Share, an Increase of 17.6 Percent Over First (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
The St. Joe Company today announced that its Net Income for the first quarter of 2005 was $15.2 million, or $0.20 per share, compared with $13.0 million, or $0.17 per share, for the first quarter of 2004.

Week in review (Traverse City Record-Eagle)
CHARLEVOIX - An alert citizen and quick police response led to an arrest for a break-in at a local grocery within two minutes of the crime, city police chief Dennis Halverson said.

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